Pat passed away peacefully on March 2, 2021. All who loved Pat, knew that she was a diehard Dallas Cowboy and New York Yankees fan. Grandma Pat instantly hated every Red Sox fan she ever came across, and she knew every stat and score to back up her argument. We have no doubt she’s hanging out around the end zone in Cowboy’s stadium or right field at Yankee Stadium cheering on her beloved Cowboys or Yankees and hating on Tom Brady, Big Papi, or any Red Sox!\r\n\r\nGrandma Pat was not the normal grandma, she taught her grandkids how to talk smack, flip the bird, and always watch an “R” rated movie when their parents were gone. She was the grandma who never said I Love You, but loved fiercely, whether she was driving through a snowstorm on Christmas Eve to see you or digging the pickles off your hamburgers because she knew you didn’t like them.\r\n\r\nPat worked for many years at AT&T, and cultivated many friendships with her vivacious personality. As a customer service manager, she realized that creating relationships was the best way to manage people. She always had a soft spot for the troubled soul, who needed a little extra love along the way. \r\n\r\nThis is not a normal obituary, because Grandma Pat was not a normal person. She was spunky, intelligent, independent, and loyal through and through. Pat always said that she wanted to be a teacher, and in her memory, we would ask that you read a book to a child or teach a young girl how to be her fiery fierce self or watch a Yankees games with your loved ones.\r\n\r\nPat is survived by her sons Michael(Robyn) and Craig, her grandchildren Parker (Hailey), Macy, and Cooper, and great grandchildren Elizabeth and expected Wesley. \r\n\r\nIn accordance with Pat’s wishes, her family will celebrate her life at a later date in San Diego, California, her favorite place in the world. Our family would like to express our sincere appreciation for the staff at Rocky Mountain Care Center, who cared for her with such compassion and kindness.